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Marta Raquel Cardoso Lopes Correia
Marta Raquel Cardoso Lopes Correia
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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi communities from tropical Africa reveal strong ecological structure
S Rodríguez‐Echeverría, H Teixeira, M Correia, S Timóteo, R Heleno, ...
New Phytologist 213 (1), 380-390, 2017
1202017
Multilayer networks reveal the spatial structure of seed-dispersal interactions across the Great Rift landscapes
S Timóteo, M Correia, S Rodríguez-Echeverría, H Freitas, R Heleno
Nature Communications 9 (1), 140, 2018
852018
The effect of soil legacy on competition and invasion by Acacia dealbata Link
S Rodríguez-Echeverría, C Afonso, M Correia, P Lorenzo, SR Roiloa
Plant Ecology 214, 1139-1146, 2013
742013
First evidence for the joint dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi and plant diaspores by birds
M Correia, R Heleno, LP da Silva, JM Costa, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría
New Phytologist 222 (2), 1054-1060, 2019
632019
Reproductive biology and success of invasive Australian acacias in Portugal
M Correia, S Castro, V Ferrero, JA Crisóstomo, S Rodríguez-Echeverría
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 174 (4), 574-588, 2014
532014
Seed‐dispersal networks are more specialized in the Neotropics than in the Afrotropics
PJ Dugger, PG Blendinger, K Böhning‐Gaese, L Chama, M Correia, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (2), 248-261, 2019
492019
Refaunation and the reinstatement of the seed‐dispersal function in Gorongosa National Park
M Correia, S Timóteo, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría, A Mazars‐Simon, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 76-85, 2017
492017
Evidence for enemy release and increased seed production and size for two invasive Australian acacias
M Correia, D Montesinos, K French, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría
Journal of Ecology 104 (5), 1391-1399, 2016
422016
Should I stay or should I go? Mycorrhizal plants are more likely to invest in long‐distance seed dispersal than non‐mycorrhizal plants
M Correia, R Heleno, P Vargas, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría
Ecology letters 21 (5), 683-691, 2018
362018
Land‐use history alters the diversity, community composition and interaction networks of ectomycorrhizal fungi in beech forests
M Correia, JM Espelta, JA Morillo, J Pino, S Rodríguez‐Echeverría
Journal of Ecology 109 (8), 2856-2870, 2021
212021
Global and regional ecological boundaries explain abrupt spatial discontinuities in avian frugivory interactions
LP Martins, DB Stouffer, PG Blendinger, K Böhning-Gaese, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 6943, 2022
152022
Reproductive success of Acacia longifolia (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae) in native and invasive populations
M Correia, S Castro, S Rodríguez-Echeverría
Australian Journal of Botany 63 (5), 387-391, 2015
152015
Tripartite networks show that keystone species can multitask
S Timóteo, J Albrecht, B Rumeu, AC Norte, A Traveset, CM Frost, ...
Functional Ecology 37 (2), 274-286, 2023
122023
Land‐use legacies influence tree water‐use efficiency and nitrogen availability in recently established European forests
R Guerrieri, M Correia, I Martín‐Forés, R Alfaro‐Sánchez, J Pino, ...
Functional Ecology 35 (6), 1325-1340, 2021
122021
Diminishing importance of elaiosomes for acacia seed removal in non-native ranges
D Montesinos, M Correia, S Castro, K French, S Rodríguez-Echeverría
Evolutionary ecology 32 (6), 601-621, 2018
62018
Reproductive biology of Australian acacias in Portugal
MCL Correia
PQDT-Global, 2012
52012
Integrating plant species contribution to mycorrhizal and seed dispersal mutualistic networks
M Correia, S Rodriguez-Echeverria, S Timóteo, H Freitas, R Heleno
Biology Letters 15 (5), 20180770, 2019
42019
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